Librarians can help identify potential sources and information on submission requirements for your articles. Some useful resources include:
- WashLaw. Includes an annotated list with links to law journals.
- Washington and Lee - Law Journals: Submissions and Rankings. Provides editorial addresses, submission policies, and ranking data.
- ExpressO. This is a fee-based service that allows you to submit your articles electronically to multiple journals and track the progress of your submissions. Please contact Henry Bishop at ext. 2-4970 for information about ExpressO.
- Law Review Electronic Submissions. The Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University hosts a website where authors can select multiple law reviews and submit an article via email. The site includes a list of law journals that accept electronic submissions.
- Submission of Law Student Articles for Publication. This essay offers a number of suggestions for law students who want to publish their research papers. It presents a chart of the policies of 194 law reviews with respect to whether they will publish comments submitted by non-law review members who are students at their home school or notes, comments or articles submitted by law students from other schools.
- Legal Research & Writing for Scholarly Publication. Provides advice on finding a topic, preemption checking, and choosing where to submit an article.
If you are having trouble finding a research topic, consult the Choosing a Research Topic (PDF).